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A Room of One’s Own

Virginia Woolf
Further study Chapter 2 Quiz

Chapter 2 Quiz

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Resolving to visit the British Museum, what “essential” fluid does the narrator cite as embodying the truth she seeks there?

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What topic does the narrator try and fail to find archived under the “M” section of the British Library?

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Reading books on the subject of women, the narrator determines that they had all been written in the grips of ___.

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How much is the annual financial legacy left to the narrator by Mary Beton?

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What does the narrator conclude about the value of women’s domestic work as compared to men’s?